Diamond art in the heart of America.
This is a photo from the Smithsonian Museum of Art’s exhibit of contemporary American art.
A collection of artists from across the country have taken a photo of themselves and their work in the city.
The show was inspired by the National Day of the Artist, which was held last year to celebrate the birth of the first American artist.
We have included the original image from the exhibit.
The artists include artist James Farrar, whose paintings include an installation titled The Garden of Eden.
Farrar says that he has always wanted to bring people together through art.
He said, “Art is so powerful.
It’s a way of expressing the emotions, and that’s the essence of art.”
He says he was drawn to the city in part because of its rich history and people.
“I think we have to be optimistic, and I think that’s what the city represents,” he said.
“It’s a city that’s always had its heart in the right place, and it’s a great place to be.”
A small collection of murals, from the National Park Service, is one of many examples of contemporary art in Americana.
The artist says he hopes that his work will inspire the next generation of artists.
“There’s a lot of talent out there, and to be able to bring that into the world and be able create something that’s meaningful, is really important to me,” Farrac said.
In an effort to bring the American art world together, the Smithsonian is hosting a program called The New American Art, which will bring together artists and curators to create a series of exhibition that will be curated by Americana Foundation founder David C. Shafer.
Shafar will also be leading a panel discussion on Americana at the exhibit, which runs through January.